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. >>> gasoline prices are expected to fall this year. the energy department is predicting the average price of a gallon of regular will fall 5% nationwide to $3.44. that's the biggest drop in four years. forecasters say ample supplies and weak demand will keep prices down. that's barring any refinery problems or a rise in middle east tensions. >>> and starting salaries for recent graduates were higher than in past years. a survey from the national association of colleges and employers found new grads are making a little bit more than 44,000 on the average. that's the biggest year-to-year increase since 2008. $44,000? i don't think i got that when i graduated. [ laughter ] >> not even close. >> i started at 9 grand in eureka. >> i know it. but yeah, as long as i can get a job. hey, that's good. >> all right. ashley, well, we know the biggest u.s. airlines were on time a bit more often in november, i guess. >> reporter: yes. some good news there for flyers. the transportation department says 85% of flights arrived on time. hawaiian airlines had the b
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